Wyoming EPSCoR & Wyoming INBRE Undergraduate Research Fellowship for Fall 2013

Wyoming EPSCoR & Wyoming INBRE Undergraduate Research Fellowship for Fall 2013
Applications are being accepted from University of Wyoming undergraduates in the biological, physical and social sciences; engineering; mathematics; in certain areas of health sciences; and in science and mathematics education for research fellowship awards to fund independent research projects.

The stipend will be $750 for the Fall Fellowship and is intended to support undergraduate fellows during an independent research activity directed by a University of Wyoming faculty member.  Literature reviews and survey research are not ordinarily considered for these awards.
The Wyoming INBRE UW Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program provides support for outstanding undergraduate students in the biological and physical sciences or mathematics to work on biomedical related research projects.
The Wyoming NSF EPSCoR Fellowship Program is designed to support undergraduate students in biological sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, engineering, mathematics, certain areas of health sciences, and science and mathematics education.
Who Should Apply
Undergraduates in the sciences, mathematics, engineering, certain areas of health sciences (disciplines supported by the NSF) and students in science and mathematics education who will complete their Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wyoming. Preference will be given to students in their junior year who intend to enter careers in research. First generation college students, minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply.

Applications and further information can be found at either uwyo.edu/inbre or uwyo.edu/epscor

Application deadline is September 13, 2013.

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